KUSA - Hundreds of Amendment 66 supporters came out across the state this weekend to promote the ballot question to fund education.
It would raise state income tax rates, adding $950 million a year to Colorado's education budget. The extra money would help reduce class sizes, giving students more one-on-one attention.
More than 800 supporters rallied in 15 different Colorado counties.
However, not everyone is on board.
A judge is expected to rule on the anti-amendment 66 lawsuit on Tuesday. Opponents of the measure say some who signed the petition didn't follow the rules.
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